Are you just getting tested by your primary care physician? I was tested by mine for 2 years and he kept telling me nothing was wrong and also hinted at depression. After that I was annoyed at his reaction and decided to go see a specialist. I went to a naturaopathic doctor because I wanted to treat it naturally, but you can also go see an endocrinologist. A specialist will do more detailed tests that may show a thyroid disorder and you may just be more sensitive with the symptoms. I have no idea about the strabismus and the connection, but that doesn't mean it's not true. But maybe try making an appointment with a specialist if you haven't alreadyView Thread
I have the same problem and I am hot all the time. I have Hashimoto's hypothyroidism. I am treating it naturally through diet, exercise, and natural supplements. I know that my hot flashes are due to my endometriosis, but could yours be due to side effects from your medication?View Thread
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